Connect with us

Derby County

Derby County injury latest v Cambridge United – Triple boost but five out

Published

on

If Derby County defeats Cambridge United tomorrow, the League One promotion race will come down to a thrilling finish, and they will have one foot in the Championship.

After two seasons and one of the worst chapters in the club’s history, the Rams need four points from their next two games to guarantee their return to the second division.

Under new manager Garry Monk, Paul Warne’s team will be hoping to complete a significant portion of the task at the Abbey, where the United States are still vulnerable to relegation. Here’s the most recent update from the treatment table as we get closer to the game.

The Australian defender has been training all week and is now fully fit. It is unclear if he will be assigned to Cambridge right away. But he ought to be on the squad.

Joe Ward

A hit to his knee forced Ward to leave the game in the second half of the 2-2 draw at Portsmouth. Regretfully, he had surgery midweek, therefore his season is gone. According to Warne, he would be out for two months.

Max Bird

Before departing for Bristol City in the summer, Bird will compete at the Abbey Stadium for a spot in the squad. He has been training all week.

Gayle Dwight

After hobbling out of the match against Bolton in the first half, the striker was transported for a scan. has to beat the clock in order to be ready for the season’s last game.

Craig Forsyth

Another calf injury had many fearing the defender would miss the remainder of the year, but the veteran Scot is getting better. Warne announced last week that he would soon be returning.

Ryan Nyambe

The Namibian player hurt his quad during the match against Charlton, and as a result, he is out for the season. He had surgery, which regrettably means that his campaign is done.

John-Jules Tyreece

The forward for Arsenal on loan, who hurt his hamstring against Reading in January, will be back at Derby for training next week. The Gunners have given the all-clear, as there have been no setbacks in his recuperation. Warne did not discount the possibility of him taking on a role opposing Carlisle.

Rooney Jake

Despite suffering anterior cruciate ligament damage in the September loss to Bolton, the center-back is healing very well. slated to get a second scan on his knee; if everything checks out, he might resume participating in some first-team training.

GET MORE NEWS HERE


Trending

Copyright © 2023. All Rights Reserved